"bundle" vs "bundle install" commands

The “bundle” command seems to do the same thing as “bundle install”. It
installs all the dependencies as expected.

Is there any difference between the two forms?
Is “bundle” just an alias for “bundle install”?
Is it safe to type just “bundle” instead of doing “bundle install”?

I’d prefer using “bundle” because it’s more compact and the verb makes
more sense for me. It’s more semantic. :smiley:

On Mon, Oct 17, 2011 at 6:23 AM, E. Monnott [email protected] wrote:

Is “bundle” just an alias for “bundle install”?

At the moment: Yes.

Is it safe to type just “bundle” instead of doing “bundle install”?

At the moment: Yes.

It is possible that Bundler changes its default command. Unlikely, but
possible.


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